Please be advised that on 8 October 2019 and 22 October 2019, Phil Reynolds and Philip Armstrong, both of FRP Advisory LLP were appointed Joint Administrators of Twin and Twin Trading Limited respectively.

The Joint Administrators act as agents of the Companies and without personal liability.

The affairs, business and property of the Companies are being managed by Philip David Reynolds and Philip Lewis Armstrong who were appointed Joint Administrators of the Companies on 8 October 2019 and 22 October 2019 respectively.

For more information please contact the Joint Administrators at

Twin visits Burundi and Rwanda as part of the TMEA project

01/05/2017 12:00am

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Our Communications Intern, Nancy Demuth, visited coffee coops in Burundi and Rwanda for 4 weeks in order to consolidate their supply chains so that they can develop stronger relationships with coffee buyers. During her visit, our generous friends from Twesetwoterimbere coffee cooperative in Burundi surprised Twin by giving us a beautiful vase and it even has our name on it! If you wish to find ou...

Join us for 3 International Cupping events in DRC, Burundi and Rwanda!

28/04/2017 9:50am

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We would be delighted if you were able to join us for what promises to be a truly inspiring trip to visit our producer partners in DR Congo, Burundi and Rwanda and to participate in three international cupping events. The full trip runs from Friday 19th May to Friday 2nd June 2017, or you can tailor it to join us for part of the trip. Twin has been at the forefront of the specialty coffee revival ...

Twin holds Coffee & Climate Change panel discussion

31/03/2017 10:20am

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Following the release of our latest Coffee & Climate Change report last January, Twin held a panel discussion on 23rd March at great offices in Central London. Approximately 50 professionals within the coffee industry a long with our current staff attended the event to learn about the challenges that the coffee world is currently facing due to Climate Change. In our exceptional panel of experts we...

Our team present at 'Chocoa Festival, 2017' in Amsterdam

22/02/2017 4:00pm

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For the first time, our team travelled to Amsterdam to be part of this year's Chocoa Festival from 22nd to 26th February to share our current projects in Uganda and Sierra Leone. In this picture, our Head of Programmes, Cristina Ruiz is presenting some of the different samples from these origins including an exceptional chocolate made with Sierra Leonean beans from our project in Gola Forest in Ke...

Twin's work on Climate Resilience outlined in Daily Coffee News article

16/02/2017 12:00am

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  Daily Coffee News has dedicated an article to Twin's leading work on Climate Change by improving resilience for coffee farmers and deepening value chain partnerships. To achieve this, Twin's current projects focus on several examples of resilience such as information sharing, women’s empowerment, engaging young farmers, and group saving initiatives.  To read this article, please visit Daily Coff...

Consultation at different levels with Kuapa Kokoo in Ghana

19/11/2016 11:00am

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Twin has travelled this month to the Cooperative Kuapa Kokoo in the West of Ghana to review and define strategies and activities for the next 3 years for our Support & Development Programme. Funded by Divine Chocolate & Solidaridad. Further information regarding this project can be found here  

Our first year in Tanzania - Comic Relief funded project

25/11/2016 12:00am

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As part of a five years' partnership, Twin travelled to Kilimanjaro to meet with Vuasu Cooperative Union and farmers who grow coffee in the Pare Mountains. The review included activities implemented this year, as well as setting priorities and plans for a second year. Further information about this project can be found here  

Xavier Hamon, Improving Climate Change: Resilience for Smallholder Coffee Farmers

10/10/2016 12:00am

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To address climate change requires collaboration through the entire value chain. in this Reco Atlanta talk, Xavier Hamon, Twin's Coffee Senior Programme Manager illustrates this through the story of a precompetitive Twin initiative between two UK roasters and smallholder producers in Peru, making the positive shift from business as usual to unusual business.

Twin and TMEA creating quality coffee

10/08/2016 12:23pm

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Twin and Trade Mark East Africa (TMEA) have teamed up to tackle the constant problem faced by smallholder farmers, the inability to produce a high yield while still producing quality coffee.  This project involving 20 producer organisations in Rwanda and Burundi was started in February 2016 and will continue for the next year and a half with an investment of 1.8 million dollars in order to tackle ...

Atlas Coffee Highlights their Role in Coffee Grown by Women

12/07/2016 4:42pm

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This April, Twin and Atlas Coffee collaborated on a survey of Atlas customers about their thoughts on women-produced coffee in the specialty coffee industry.  Twin published the full finding which you can read here. Together, Twin and Atlas surveyed over 100 of our industry partners, 85% of whom were from the US, 13% from Europe, and 2% from the Asia Pacific region. When US Roasters were asked to ...

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